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  • More questions with Washington’s trade for Case Keenum
    More questions with Washington’s trade for Case Keenum

    The Washington Redskins thought they had their quarterback for a while in Alex Smith. Washington traded for Smith with the Kansas City Chiefs last offseason and gave him a nice new four-year, $94 million extension...

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  • Two potential destinations for Landon Collins
    Two potential destinations for Landon Collins

    The rumblings have been there all offseason. It seemed like the relationship between safety Landon Collins and the New York Giants was destined to end. This week, the official word finally came down, as the...

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  • Nick Foles to the Jacksonville Jags
    Nick Foles to the Jacksonville Jags

    Nick Foles, at one point, was about to be done. He had failed in his attempt to capitalize on his play in Philly under then coach Chip Kelly and was ready to hang his cleats...

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  • Bryce Harper will never live up to his new contract
    Bryce Harper will never live up to his new contract

    The Bryce Harper sweepstakes went into overtime this baseball offseason. While teams were going into spring training, Harper was still waiting on a deal to get done. There were plenty of teams that were interested...

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  • Less was more for the Boston Celtics
    Less was more for the Boston Celtics

    The  Boston Celtics were the team that could give the LeBron-led Cleveland Cavaliers problems in the playoffs. They had just signed Gordon Hayward and traded for Kyrie Irving and these two additions with their depth...

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  • Two reasons the Denver Nuggets aren’t a real threat
    Two reasons the Denver Nuggets aren’t a real threat

    The Denver Nuggets are one of the NBA's best teams. Sitting at 41-18, they are currently the second-best team in the NBA's Western Conference. With the success they are having, there are some that think...

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FB_IMG_1446731210491The dream of writing was one I never knew I had. On a July ride back from Georgia in 2010, my wife and I were listening to sports talk. There was a perspective on a particular sports talk show that I disagreed with. I mumbled, grumbled and was going off on the subject as we rode back to Tennessee. I actually thought I could come up with something better on the discussed topic. Well, my wife put me to the test when she said I should write about it.

From there, my writing started with The Everyday Man’s Sports Blog. I was raw with my perspective. Of course I had no idea what I was really doing. The only writing training I had was English class in high school and college. I took that and made it into what I thought was something that voiced my opinion. And from there, my voice was created.

Over the years, I have written at many different places. From short pieces to lengthy ones, my style has varied. And over that time, a voice developed. It was not one that was similar to another, but my unique voice.

 

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